While not everybody agrees that web content management should be the hub of digital experience management implementations, there should be no doubt it is an essential core component. Certainly the WebCM / CustomerXM / DigitalXM, etc. vendors that started in web content management have an opinion, though there are many nuances in their positioning which are important to understand. Even more interesting is what they have all learned in the past few years while incorporating or integrating other technologies to help their customers build modern digital experiences for customers and employees. Vendor visions and expertise are at least as important as those of analysts, consultants, integrators, agencies, and even your peers.
Wednesday, December, 4: 2:00 p.m. – 3:20 p.m.
You probably need to attend every session in the conference to even learn all the questions to ask before embarking on a next generation digital experience strategy and design. In this session a panel of competing vendors will discuss what they see as the critical components and challenges based on their customer’s experiences and feedback, and on their own vision of what is possible. Vendors have lots of valuable experience and information and this is your chance to hear from knowledgeable representatives minus the PowerPoint pitch.
Melissa Webster, Program VP, Content & Digital Media Technologies, IDC
, CTO, Hippo
, COO, e-Spirit
, Sr. Consultant, Business Optimization Services, Sitecore
, Vice President, Products, Crafter Software
, Director of Product, Solution & Industry Marketing, Adobe